Animal Care Clinic offers home-delivery pharmaceutical services through Vets First Choice. There, you can have your pet’s medicines delivered directly to your home. Animal Care Clinic accepts Care Credit and Chase, in addition to traditional forms of payment (such as cash, check or credit/debit card) for vet services. If you are unable to pay for your services with traditional payment, Animal Care Clinic will help you sign up for either option as payment.
The following veterinary services are provided at the Animal Care Clinic:
Maintaining your pet's oral health is vital to his/her longevity. Dental disease can cause tooth loss but more importantly, the accumulation of bacteria on the teeth and gingivitis can cause organs (especially the kidneys and heart) to fail much sooner. Learn more about our dental services here.
Regular Preventive Services
Preventive veterinary care promotes and improves the overall health of your pet. Routine exams allow us to diagnose, treat and protect your pet from contracting serious, costly and sometimes fatal diseases. Offering an approach to pet health that allows us to partner with our clients to make sure their pets receive proper preventive care through; Vaccinations, Dental Care, Parasite Control (heartworm, flea/tick, deworming), Nutritional Counseling, Behavioral Counseling and Comprehensive Examinations. Working together we can help protect the health of your pet, which helps protect the health of the whole family.
Radiographs provide an image of the bones and outlines a number of internal organs including the liver, stomach, intestines, kidneys, bladder, uterus, and prostate gland.
An ultrasound (sonogram) is a non-invasive procedure used to evaluate the internal organs. This test can be extremely useful for detecting changes in the shape, size, tissue density, internal structure and position of organs.
An ECG records the electrical activity of the heart. It reveals abnormalities of the heart rate and electrical rhythm but not necessarily about heart enlargement, valve disease or heart muscle problems.
Endoscopy is important in evaluating gastrointestinal problems. This procedure gives the doctor the ability to visualize the inner lining of the throat, stomach, intestines, colon or respiratory tract. Small samples of these areas can be taken for biopsy.
Our laboratory is fully equipped to provide comprehensive information about your pet, immediately if necessary. This includes blood checks, urinalysis and fecal checks.
The precision electronic tonometer measures intraoccular pressure to screen or monitor your pet for Glaucoma.
Our surgeries range from spays, neuters, and mass removals to fracture repairs, reconstructive knee surgeries, and foreign body removals.